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Sean Paige

Colorado GOP's Young Guns Threaten Establishment

Colorado Springs Independent | Chet Hardin | Posted 08.27.2011 | Denver

Sarah Anderson is peculiar. For one thing, she's a Republican. At 22, that makes her a statistical anomaly, even in El Paso County. She spent her for...

Colorado Springs Medical Marijuana Ban: Ballot Measure Would Outlaw Medical Pot

Colorado Springs Gazette | DANIEL CHACON | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver

Dozens of existing medical marijuana dispensaries could be outlawed in Colorado Springs, and the mayor would have sweeping powers, including the autho...

Cockeyed Coverage of the Municipal Budget Crunch

Sean Paige | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Sean Paige

Reporters can't caricature Salt Lake City the way they have Colorado Springs, apparently, so they just don't seem interested.

Arlington's Gravegate Scandal Could Have Been Prevented

Sean Paige | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Sean Paige

What a depressing testimony to the entrenched incompetence at the federal level. What an insult to the heroes who are buried and honored at Arlington.

Dan May, Colorado Springs District Attorney, May Face Complaint

Colorado Springs Gazette | Daniel Chacon | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver

Fourth Judicial District Attorney Dan May's efforts to get rid of a medical marijuana dispensary in his neighborhood have caught the attention of a Co...

Dueling With This David Made Me Feel Like a Mental Goliath

Sean Paige | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Sean Paige

I did the David Sirota radio show. Some Westword media columnist hyped it in advance as a "cage match." The only cage I saw was the one Sirota kept rattling, while making a monkey of himself.

David Sirota, Sean Paige Square Off Over Colorado Springs Budget On AM 760

Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver

Huffington Post bloggers David Sirota and Sean Paige took their took their on-line back and forth to the airwaves Thursday when Paige appeared on Siro...

Colorado Springs and "Limited Government"

David Sirota | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
David Sirota

One of every three people living in the Colorado Springs area "depends directly or indirectly upon the military" -- i.e., upon the government. And yet, conservatives tell us that Colorado Springs represents the success of "limited government."